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Ritz-Carlton Beijing offers summer packages
Beijing, July 6, 2012

THE RITZ-Carlton, Beijing is offering a full-day meeting package, priced at RMB650 (US$102) per person.


Valid for confirmed bookings of minimum 20 pax, the meeting package includes the following privileges:


  • Use of a main meeting room from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
  • Morning and afternoon coffee break.
  • Morning welcome coffee reception upon arrival.
  • Tailor-made luncheon, inclusive of free flow of soft drinks and juice.
  • All-day coffee and tea service during the conference hours.
  • Standard audio-visual equipment including one LCD projector with screen, one standing microphone and one table microphone.
  • One whiteboard and flipchart, and one podium.
  • Conference amenities including writing material, writing pads, candy and bottled water.
  • Dedicated conference services personnel to attend to all meeting arrangements.
  • Dedicated conference butlers on standby for the duration of the conference.


Meanwhile, The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing is also offering an Intrigue You summer package for staying guests.


With rates starting from RMB2, 600 per room per night, the package includes the following privileges:


  • Stay minimum three consecutive nights, and enjoy the last night for free.
  • Daily breakfast for two pax in Aroma restaurant.
  • Daily Internet access and local calls for free.
  • Overnight parking for free.


Valid from now till August 31, 2012, rates for the meeting and Intrigue You packages are subject to 15 per cent service charge.


For more information or reservations, call (86-10) 5908-8955 or (86-10) 5908-8973.

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